Tagged : East Bay Eichler Homes

Found 3 blog entries tagged as "East Bay Eichler Homes".

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With approximately 175 Eichler homes in three separate neighborhoods, Concord has the third largest concentration of Eichler homes in the East Bay.  Two of Concord's Eichler communities are located south of West Street, between Clayton Road and Wilson Lane.  The third is south of Clayton Road, off of Babel Lane - along Gainsborough, Barrington, and Merridan Drives.

Built in the early 1960s, Rancho del Diablo is an Eichler community of about fifty homes that feature three of Eichler's most popular models, designed by Claude Oakland, A. Quincy Jones, and Frederick Emmons & Associates.  Many of these homes have been well maintained and retain their mid-century appeal.  Just around the corner from Rancho del Diablo, bound by West and Salem Streets is

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Centrally located in Contra Costa County, Walnut Creek is connected to the rest of the Bay Area by BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), I-680 which travels north to south, and Highway 24 which heads west to Oakland and San Francisco, making commuting simple and convenient. 

Built in the 1950s, Rancho San Miguel in Walnut Creek, CA was the first Eichler development in San Francisco's East Bay Area.  With more than 375 Eichler homes, Rancho San Miguel is the largest Eichler community in the East Bay. An adjacent shopping center anchored by Fresh and Easy Neighborhood Market, the 33-mile long Iron Horse Regional Trail, and the 100-acre Heather Farm Park, keeps everyday life in Rancho San Miguel uncomplicated.  Downtown Walnut Creek, a short distance

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In 2011, a total of 18 Eichler Homes were sold throughout the East Bay.  Overall the average list price for an Eichler home in the East Bay was $506,285 and the average sale price was $504,995.  The average days on market (DOM) across all towns were 48 days.  

Last year the highest price paid for an East Bay Eichler home was $765,000 (a 4 bedroom home in Walnut Creek) and the lowest price paid was just $256,000 (a bank owned 4 bedroom home in Concord).  Within this newsletter we've included additional information regarding 2011 sales by town. 

Beyond Eichler sales, 2011 was a transitional year for real estate across much of the country, including the San Francisco Bay Area. We generally saw less volatility in the local real estate market -

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